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Welcome Australian Seafood Exporters

The Seafood Trade Advisory Group (STAG) works with industry and government to resolve trade and market access barriers experienced by Australian seafood exporters. We also provide market intelligence services and resources to help Australian seafood exporters do business in their key markets.  

Make sure you are in the know with all the latest seafood trade news.

The STAG reports weekly on international media and market access changes, to help you stay on top of everything related to seafood trade.

Seafood Industry Australia (SIA) provides  support to Australian seafood exporters, including a number of resources available on their website.

SafeFish, provides technical advice to support Australia’s seafood trade and market access negotiations and helps to resolve barriers to trade.

China has a list of seafood species that are approved for import from Australia. View the list, and find out how to add a new seafood species.

Our Partners

Western Rock Lobster Council

The Seafood Trade Advisory Group (STAG) is jointly funded by the Australian government and the seafood industry. We receive funds from the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC).which is a statutory authority within the portfolio of the Federal Minister for Agriculture.

The latest STAG updates

The 9th Guangzhou International Fisheries & Seafood Expo will be held on 15-17 September. Learn more on the website here (Chinese).
The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has held an event in Shanghai to commemorate ten years of activity in the China market. According to MSC CEO Rupert
Despite record seafood consumption and trade in the last couple of years, demand is now down in the EU and USA, causing a major exporter to
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